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Trisha Telep – Love Bites: Vampire Romance 2

Posted by demonik on October 11, 2009

Trisha Telep (ed.) – Love Bites: The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance 2 (Robinson, 2009)

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Cover design: JoeRoberts.co.uk

Jordan Summers – Paris After Dark
Deborah Cooke – Coven Of Mercy
Karen MacInerney – Cirque De La Nuit
Caitlin Kittredge – Perdition
Dina James – Deliver Us From Evil
Camille Bacon-Smith – Blood And Thyme
Rosemary Laurey – Into The Mists Forever
Patti O’Shea – Blood Feud
Angie Fox – Love Bites
Caitlin Kiernan – Flotsam
Jamie Leigh Hansen – The Murder King’s Woman
Carole Nelson Douglas Butterfly Kisses
Diane Whiteside – Crimson Kisses
Jaye Wells – Vampsploitation
Stacia Kane – Trust Me
Jennifer Ashley – The Scotsman And The Vamp
Justine Musk – I Need More You
Jennifer St. Giles – Point Of No Return
Dawn Cook [Kim Harrison] – With Friends Like These
Nancy Holder – Blood Gothic
Larissa Ione – Eternity Embraced
Jeanne Stein – The Ghost Of Leadville
Tiffany Trent – The Vampire, The Witch, And The Yenko
Ann Aguirre – Circle Unbroken
Devon Monk – Skein Of Sunlight

Blurb:
A wonderful variety of compellingly original vampire stories, many of them wholly unexpected, from award-winning, New York Times bestselling authors. There are typical vampires who would be right at home in a horror story or a gothic romance; historical vampires; contemporary, gritty, urban vampires; fang-in-cheek comedy; boy-meets-girl sweetheart stories (if a little bloodier!); and erotic tales of inhuman passions and midnight pleasures. Look out, too, for stand-alone stories relating to existing series and characters of contributing authors, or stories which develop more fully characters who have only walk-on parts in those authors’ longer fiction. Includes writing by big-name authors such as Jennifer Ashley, Kim Harrison writing as Dawn Cook, Caitlin Kittredge, Diane Whiteside and Eileen Wilks.

Much better cover! i’m almost certain it’s a Joe Roberts job – Mammoth Book Of Vampire Romance certainly was and he’s been responsible for many of the best Robinsons in recent years. Nancy Holder’s Blood Gothic first appeared in Stephen Jones’ Mammoth Book Of Vampires (Robinson, 1992) via Charles L. Grant’s Shadows 8.

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Trisha Telep – Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance

Posted by demonik on October 10, 2009

“Boo hoo, it’s killing Dark Fantasy!” – BFS poster
“Sure hope so” – demonik, vault.

Trisha Telep (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance (Robinson, 2009)

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24 new short stories from the hottest names
Fall in love with someone out of this world.

The Temptation of Robin Green – Carrie Vaughn
Succubus Seduction – Cheyenne McCray
Paranormal Romance Blues – Kelley Armstrong
John Doe – Anna Windsor
Taking Hold – Anya Bast
How to Date a Super Hero – Jean Johnson
Daniel – C.T Adams & Cathy Clamp
Light Through Fog – Holly Lisle
The Tuesday Encounters – Mary Jo Putney
Trinity Blue – Eve Silver
The Grace of Small Magics – Ilona Andrews
Once a Demon – Dina James
Night Vision – Maria V. Snyder
Pele’s Tears’ – Catherine Mulvany
Pack – Jeaniene Frost
When Gargoyles Fly – Lori Devoti
The Lighthouse Keeper and His Wife – Sara Mackensie
Blood Song – Lynda Hilburn
The Princess and the Peas – Alyssa Day
At Second Bite – Michelle Rowen
Blue Crush – Rachel Caine
The Wager – Sherrilyn Kenyon
In Sheep’s Clothing – Meljean Brook
The Dream Catcher – Allyson James

Press release blurb:

If love transcends all boundaries then paranormal romance is its logical conclusion. From the biggest names around, here are 24 tales to take you to another time and place.

Let Alyssa Day, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Cheyenne McCray, Jeaniene Frost, Ilona Andrews, Kelley Armstrong, Maria V. Snyder, Carrie Vaughn, Allyson James Marland and others show you powers beyond your wildest imaginings.

Within these pages mythical beasts, magical creatures of all shapes and sizes, heart-stoppingly handsome ghosts, angels, and mortals with extra-sensitive sensory perception play out the themes of extraordinary desires.

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Trisha Telep – Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance

Posted by demonik on October 9, 2008

Trisha Telep (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Vampire Romance (Constable & Robinson, July 2008)

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Sherri Erwin – Fade To Black
Caitlin R. Kiernan – Ode To Edvard Munch
Jenna Black – Fangs For Hire
Jenna Maclaine – The Righteous
Raven Hart – Knowledge Of Evil
Delia Devlin – Viper’s Bite
Keri Arthur – Dreams
Kimberley Raye – Love Bites
Alexis Morgan – What’s At Stake
Lilith Saintcrow – Coming Home
C.T Adams & Cathy Clamp – To Ease The Rage
Susan Sizemore – Dancing With The Star
Dina James – Play Dead
Colleen Gleason – In Which A Masquerade Ball Unmasks An Undead
Barbara Emrys – A Temporary Vampire
Savannah Russe – Overbite
Shiloh Walker – Hunter’s Choice
Vicki Pettersson – Remember The Blood
Rebecca York – The Sacrifice
Rachel Vincent – The Midday Mangler Meets His Match
Amanda Ashley – The Music Of The Night
Karen Chance – The Day Of The Dead
Nancy Holder – Vampire Unchained
Lilith Saintcrow – A Stand-Up Dame
Caitlin R. Kiernan – Untitled 12

Author Biographies

Blurb:

Twenty-five new short stories of hot blood, midnight pleasures and inhuman passion. Paranormal romance is currently the fastest-growing new fiction genre – vampire romance is its most popular form. Top names include Caitlin R. Kiernan, Lilith Saintcrow, Karen Chance, and Keri Arthur.

The specially commissioned stories include: Susan Sizemore’s Dancing With The Star: An LA vampire meets the (dying) movie star of her dreams.
CT Adams and Cathy Clamp’s To Ease the Rage: Even vampires need a police force.
Amanda Ashley’s The Music of the Night: The Phantom of the Opera‘s biggest fan gets up close and personal

The Book
from the biggest names in vampire romance, here are 25 new tales of a hunger like no other. Paranormal romance s now a supernatural force to be reckoned with. Although packed with a menagerie of werewolves, shape-shifters, and assorted demons, its undisputed king is none other than our favourite bloodsucker – the vampire.

Let Karen Chance, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Lilith Saintcrow, Keri Arthur, Kimberley Raye, Vicki Pettersson and others take you hot-blooded on the trail of the sexiest creatures of the night. Witness the bewildering array of complex vampire codes of conduct, dark ritual and dating practices as they seduce the locals and engage in the most sensual encounters you will sink your teeth into this some of the grave.

The Editor
Trisha Telep manages the romance section of the world-famous Murder One bookshop in London, which specializes in American imports. She is co-author of The Mammoth Book of the Kama Sutra.

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